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The Lesson Plan Library is OPEN!

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The Leaf and STEM Learning Lesson Plan Library is now open!  With the first two sets of lesson plans for whole number place value and area models for multiplication are ready for you to download, edit, and use.  Both lesson plan is tiered into three levels to make it easy for you to plan the differentiation your students need.  It also has supplemental materials for your to use while teaching!

More lesson will be added over time!  If you have any lesson requests, feel free to ask right in the comments.

What is the process?

  1. Subscribe to the Leaf and STEM Learning site by filling in your information here.
  2. Check your email.  You may need to confirm your subscription by email to let my site know you are not a robot.  No lesson plans for robots!  😉
  3. Enter the library and have a look around!  It’s a little empty still, but more is coming soon!

How was your experience?  I would love to hear from you!

-Lauren

2 thoughts on “The Lesson Plan Library is OPEN!”

  1. I was looking at your fifth grade interactive math journal bundle. Is ther a list of covered content available? When did you last update the skills?Is the STAAR tested vocabulary included? I’m very interested in this and any other TEKS related bundles for fifth grade.

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    • Hi Sherry!

      I finished it at the beginning of the the school year (August 2017). I update it as I have found need or if there has been a buyer request. The vocabulary is embedded in the notes, but is not currently a separate piece. I live and teach in Texas, so it is very well aligned to STAAR and the TEKS. To get a feel for the set, you can look at this free sample resource on Stem-and-Leaf plots: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Stem-and-Leaf-Plots-Interactive-Notebook-Set-Freebie-3235385

      The main difference between this free one, and the paid notebooks, is that the freebie is a little shorter in length and the quiz doesn’t have a half-page option.

      Lauren
      Leaf and STEM Learning

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